I'm very sorry to announce that PassVerse is no longer being actively maintained or supported. Due to a change in personal circumstances, it's no longer possible for me to dedicate time to PassVerse. It will still be possible to download and use, but there will be no support. I'll be leaving the source code available for purchase if you wish to buy it and make modificiations yourself.
If you would like to purchase PassVerse.com and run it yourself, please get in touch. I'd rather see it in the hands of somebody who wants to build a better product than just left gathering dust.
Released Wednesday, 11th February, 2015
This is what you need to install on a standard Windows server or virtual machine. You need both of these downloads.
|Management Server||2.84MB||Includes the management API and web portal. Run this on the server visible to your application.|
|Registration Server||4.48MB||The registration service that the iPhone communicates with. This must be run on the publically facing server that iOS devices can reach.|
Due to a mistake I made in the automatic migrations of the database, it's not possible to update automatically to this version. You will have to install this version by itself and allow it to create a new, empty database. You can then copy all the existing data from your current database into this new database. As the table structures are the same, it should be possible to select and insert using SQL.
It was simply not possible to correct this issue using code as an automatic EF migration has been inserted by all versions prior to this one. This makes it impossible to apply any new migrations successfully. This was a massive mistake on my part and I can only apologise.
serial_numbervalues has been update to handle concurrent requests.
There appears to be an automatic migration being added by EF without my knowledge. This is causing some customers to have a problem upgrading to 1.4.9. Therefore, I have pulled this version and will rectify the migrations in version 1.5. Please get in touch if you have any questions.
serial_numbervalues being generated.
strip_barcode_typefield is now correctly validated and empty values won't cause a crash
data_detector_typesare now correctly set when a pass is created/updated.
/key/script_image_urlto pass new images via their URL
This is another very minor release. The Azure support has been removed as it did not prove popular.
As PassVerse can now be deployed to Windows Azure, the standalone version is a missing a file reference, which means you must also include the Azure SDK 2.2 on your server. This is an unfortunate mistake and it will be rectified in version 1.4.2.
This is a very minor release and whilst it doesn't bring any new features directly, it does enable PassVerse to be hosted within the Windows Azure as a Cloud service. Whilst the Azure Deployment cannot be used in production due to SSL restrictions, the next release will solve this. It is due by the 14th of February.
Happy New Year! This release of PassVerse includes new Webhook functionality requested by a client. The error reporting of the API has been improved to help make it easier to identify issues with requests. Validation of the requests has also been improved, but there is more work to be done here.
It has been a while since the release of 1.3, but I'd like to assure you that PassVerse is still under active development. We have been helping some clients release PassVerse into Windows Azure and Amazon Web Services. We've made some modifications to make this process easier and we hope to roll these out in the new year.
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This was the initial release of the PassVerse platform. It was originally available as a SaaS, but as that market was quite full, I decided to release it as a standalone application.
If you encounter any problems, during installation, please note down the problem and get in touch.